WASHINGTON — The Merchants Payments Coalition, a group that includes several supermarket and retail trade associations, on Monday said it has launched TV ads in several states supporting the reform of debit-card interchange fees. The ads feature small-business owners from around the country speaking about the impact of interchange fees, which are charged by banks on every credit- and debit-card transaction. Congress has suggested delaying the proposed limitations on debit-card fees, set to ...

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